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Old 09-29-2004, 09:45 PM
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Old 09-29-2004, 09:47 PM
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Just got it. Got your cell number. You free for lunch or so Thursday ?
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Old 09-29-2004, 09:50 PM
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When are you doing this? The ambassador bridge is to be shut down by a demonstration tomorrow for 2 hours in the afternoon, this should screw it up for at least 12- 24 hours after that.

Might want to do the Can way there and do ohio on the way back. Be sure to have a bill of sale with all appropriate info -- name, address, phne #, and sale price. I've gone both ways with engines--- always easier going to the states rather than bringing into can.

for 2.5 hours it might be quicker than going through the border these days -- especially Detroit--- never know what mood they are in.

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Make up a bill of sale, that will work. Also they will open it, just plan on it. You can rewrap it after. This is a classic hiding spot. The bill of sale should read a Serial # of some sort. The security is at top level, you need to be 120% prepared. Good luck, the weather should be nice.
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Old 09-29-2004, 09:54 PM
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Going over the bridge at Port Huron, not Detroit. Should hit the bridge around 9:00 or so I'd think. Possibly earlier.
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I can be free tomorrow.....If your eastbound call me when you hit Toronto........if westbound call me when you hit a town called Cobourg, or just before......theres lots of places to eat just off the highway.....looking forward to it....doug
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Port Huron will be better -- but will likely be more traffic with what's going on in Windsor. Mitch is right on with the serial #
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Foul....is this motor for your boat?......Fred
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Smart Ass!! Hopefully, I'll even get it in the water ONCE this season!
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